Power Up Your Knowledge at Liferay Hungary Symposium 2011
Codespring will attend the Liferay Hungary Symposium on the 26th of May, 2011. This year’s symposium focuses on the expansion of Liferay in enterprise web development, with session topics that address the expanded role of the Liferay Platform as a basis for the next generation of web applications and services. Codespring’s Liferay specialists will participate at the thought-provoking Budapest conference to chip in with ideas and to get noteworthy insights into ways other Liferay Platform experts have contributed to meet customer’s business needs. Feel challenged to boost your attendance at Liferay’s first Symposium organized in Hungary, taking place at the Expo Congress Hotel in Budapest. To make the most out of the conference, attendees are welcome to take part in business and technical discussions and practical use case studies, as well.
Liferay’s executies, key clients and partners will shape the Symposium agenda. Keynote speakers include:
- Bryan Cheung, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Liferay, Inc.;
- Ákos Gábriel, General Manager, Liferay Hungary;
- Zsolt Berentey, General Manager & Head of Development, Liferay Hungary;
- Joseph Shum, General Manager, Liferay Germany;
- Julio Camarero, Software Engineer, Liferay Spain;
- Péter Kalmár, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Webtown Informatika Kft.;
- Olaf Kock, Senior Consultant, Liferay Germany;
- Igor Spasic, Senior Software Engineer, Liferay, Inc.;
- Kálmán Szabó, IT Director, Fundamenta-Lakáskassza Zrt.;
Speakers are expected to bounce off thematic focal points like how to accelerate plugin development with Liferay, why Liferay Portal will remain a platform of choice for the years to come, what strategies does Liferay offer for frontend enterprise application integration, how to achieve the near-native integration of standalone web applications into a cohesive web-based experience, how should Liferay Portal be configured to get the optimal result in performance and availability. You will get a sneak peak into a new feature of Liferay Portal called the Sandbox and get an overview of new features of Liferay Portal 6.1.
Liferay is a professional open-sourced company specializing in enterprise portal technology, with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, United States. The company was founded in 2000 by Brian Chan with the aim of providing an enterprise portal solution for non-profit organizations.
Liferay Portal is a leading free and open source enterprise portal written in Java. The framework offers integrated web publishing and content management and is compatible with all major IT infrastructures.
At the Liferay Hungary Symposium 2011 you can learn more about how to move your organization forward. To make the most out of the conference, prepare questions you wish to have addressed or answered during the conference, arrange meetings with partners or participants in advance and follow up with other participants after the event. Don’t forget to share your insights and knowledge acquired with colleagues at your office.